COTAC – the Council on Training in Architectural Conservation – is the UK’s building conservation skills link body, and it has issued its second Newsletter, which announces its 60th Anniversary Conference, on 6-7 November, 2019, at the Engine Shed, Stirling, as well as much more.
Michael Netter, COTAC Secretary and lead on its Newsletter service, said: ‘Each newsletter is designed to contain a promotional item about COTAC, a relevant photo with caption, a snippet from a past COTAC newsletter, and a brief introductory note; the remainder of the content will be providing readers with news regarding heritage and conservation skills and training both domestically and internationally.’
‘Hopefully this will become a key ‘service’ which can be used to help promote COTAC to members, stakeholders and potential funders.’
Much is going on in COTAC’s 60th Anniversary year, from planning our upcoming conference in the Engine Shed 6-7 November, to releasing our first of a planned series of Regional Studies, to coming across in the archives the minutes of our very first meeting back in 1959….
COTAC 60th Anniversary Conference, 6-7 November, 2019 | the Engine Shed, Stirling
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This two-day conference will take place in Historic Environment Scotland’s internationally renowned conservation centre, the Engine Shed in Stirling. More details forthcoming in future newsletters.